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Hedgehog in our patch !
Hi everyone, so sorry for not posting much.. not much going on to photograph, but my camera is not that well either at the mo, and got to get it fixed! .. This is the little Hedgehog we found the other day in our front garden! .. We live in a 'Close' and all our front gardens are lawns so no idea where he came from but there he was on our lawn - complete with Tic, which you can see - digging up worms!.. I put him in a pot and rushed to get my camera but by that time he'd rolled up completely *sigh* but less 'rolled' he was very cute with his little black leather-look snout and claws. Would have gladly put him in our back garden to find all the slugs but didn't like the idea of Bo checking him out or getting any of his Tics so he went into the shrubland at the back our our houses and I hope he will be very happy there!
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SteveT  [Aug 01, 2014 at 12:48 PM]
What a lovely shot, I see you have gloves on very sensible considering the tic's and sharp spines, thanks for sharing well taken
par5score2  [Aug 01, 2014 at 05:21 PM]
Lovely shot. Only saw my neighbouring one at night ad he/she wouldn't open for me.
Helen  [Aug 01, 2014 at 09:58 PM]
Good shot of this little hedgehog Barbara. We had one on our lawn last week & hubby put him on the lawn in the back garden, turned away for a few seconds & he had gone & haven't seen him since. Not sure if he is hiding under the shed or not. Well taken.
JOHN  [Aug 02, 2014 at 02:20 PM]
Well done with the photo Babs, and hope the little chap finds his way, should be alright if he is not injured I think.
George  [Aug 02, 2014 at 09:42 PM]
That's the trouble with 'hogs, lots of passengers
I hop it survives, well done Barbara.
alanuk  [Aug 04, 2014 at 11:54 AM]
Yes, as George has said, too many freeloaders They have a good defense mechanism when dealing with others, though. Having had a tick, I'm now paranoid to avoid getting any more. Hope the little hedgehog makes it.